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Come as a friend, leave as family.

The Jim Beam American Stillhouse has got more than a few picturesque sights. The building itself is a replica of a 1940’s stillhouse, including the actual staircase from our original historic stillhouse. Then there’s the rackhouses, limestone water wells, bottling lines, bourbon tasting rooms, and much more. Check out some of our photos to get a feel for the place.

Take a look around.

When you visit the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, you have the chance to walk in the footsteps of bourbon legends. Get a behind-the-scenes look here before you come down for a visit: 

The Jim Beam® American Stillhouse.
The Beam Bar at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse.
Jim Beam® barrel collection.
Jim Beam® merchandise.
The Jim Beam® family tree.
The tasting room at the Jim Beam® American Stillhouse.
Jim Beam statue at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse.
The Jim Beam American Stillhouse surrounded by Kentucky landscape.
The Jim Beam American Stillhouse distillery.
The whole Jim Beam® bottle gang.
The Jim Beam American Stillhouse construction plan.
A Jim Beam American Stillhouse worker rolls a barrel.
The construction of the Jim Beam American Stillhouse.
Jim Beam bottles on a conveyer band.
Inside the Jim Beam distillery.
Come on down!
The Beam Bar at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse.
That’s quite a collection.
It’s tailgate time.
The Beam family tree.
The Tasting Room.
Watching the past meet the present.
Ready, set, Beam.
Magic happens in here.
The gang’s all here.
Even the Jim Beam American Stillhouse has its own recipe.
Beam rolling right along.
Beam wasn’t built in a day.
Jim Beam bottles on a conveyer band.
Inside the Jim Beam distillery.

Experience builds character. We've got both.

For over more than 200 years, the Beam family has stayed true to its bourbon and to each other. Take a look at these rare family photos and get a feel for how generations of Beams lived as they distilled the world’s best-selling bourbon.

Photo of Fred Noe, 7th Generation Master Distiller.
Photo of Booker Noe, 6th Generation Master Distiller.
Photo of Booker Noe, 6th Generation Master Distiller.
Photo of Generations of Beams coming together at the 175th anniversary of the Beam distillery – 1970.
Photo of Jeremiah, Carl, Baker and Booker outside by Jacob’s well – June 1968.
Photo of Booker and Annis Noe at Bardstown Country Club during wedding reception – circa 1956.
Photo of Jim Beam with T.D. McCalester at the tried and true distillery – 1942.
Photo of Jim Beam family members cutting the cake at Jim Beam’s 4th Anniversary Party – March 26, 1939.
Photo of Certificate from the Civilian Conservation Corps for Carl Beam – March 22, 1934.
Photo of Pages from T. Jeremiah’s report card from Bardstown High School for the school year starting September 7, 1914.
Photo of David M. Beam, Jim Beam’s dad.
Fred Noe, 7th Generation Master Distiller.
Booker Noe, 6th Generation Master Distiller.
Booker Noe, 6th Generation Master Distiller.
Generations of Beams coming together at the 175th anniversary of the Beam distillery – 1970.
Jeremiah, Carl, Baker and Booker outside by Jacob’s well – June 1968.
Booker and Annis Noe at Bardstown Country Club during wedding reception – circa 1956.
Jim Beam with T.D. McCalester at the tried and true distillery – 1942.
Cutting the cake at Jim Beam’s 4th Anniversary Party – March 26, 1939.
Certificate from the Civilian Conservation Corps for Carl Beam – March 22, 1934.
Pages from T. Jeremiah’s report card from Bardstown High School for the school year starting September 7, 1914.
David M. Beam, Jim Beam’s dad.

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